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The Night Sister: A Novel - Jennifer McMahon
The Night Sister: A Novel
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9780385538510 (0385538510)
ASIN: 0385538510
Publisher: Doubleday
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
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Sailing in a Sea of Words
Sailing in a Sea of Words rated it
3.5 Book Review: The Night Sister
Book: The Night Sister Author: Jennifer McMahon Genre: Fiction/Thriller/Horror/Mystery Summary: In the 1950s, the Tower Motel - with its namesake tower - was the shining attraction of tiny London, Vermont. Now it stands in disrepair, alive only in the memories of three women - Amy, Piper, and...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
4.0 The Night Sister
I have read The Winter People by this author and I wanted to read more of her work, so I picked up this novel. I liked the mysterious elements of this novel and I liked the voices of the characters. One mystery dealt with where Sylvie was and the other mystery materialized the night that Amy and her...
Lavender rated it
2.0 Jennifer McMahon - The Night Sister
I loved "Winter People" but this book did not work for me. I was, despite my knowing about the author, that this book would find a solution in a more realistic way. I did not like the end. I missed tension. It was rather boring. I mixed up all those girls and timelines all the time. This is a weir...
Cheri's Book Blog
Cheri's Book Blog rated it
4.0 Good and Creepy!
This is my second book by the author. I enjoyed my first endeavor, The Winter People, but I liked this one so much more. The characters were easy to connect with and there were plenty of twists and turns. And it had a good creepy feel like I used to enjoy when I read old Stephen King books back in t...
Casual Debris
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3.5 The Night Sister by Jennifer McMahon
From Casual Debris. Jennifer McMahon's The Night Sister is a construct of two prime elements: plot and character. The two are entirely intertwined; just as character relies on plot for its development, characterization is also limited as a result of plot requirements. This produces unevenness as s...
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